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Service Above Self: Careers in Pest Control

Fridays @ 9:30 AM

In this episode, find out about what it takes to operate your own pest control business. Helpful information about how to protect your home from unwanted pests is also discussed.


Skills to Pay the Bills: Branding on Social Media

Fridays @ 11:00 AM and Wednesdays @ 2:00 PM

Business strategist, Lorette Farries goes into the deep with Pierre Walters about the real purposes of branding your business and how startup businesses can get a handle on Social Media, which can either help you or clog up your time. This is a good one folks, don’t miss it. Send your comments directly to my email, Also, take a look at some of our programming on our Tijuana Young YouTube Channel. If you like what you see, please subscribe. We have have some great shows lined up for 2015.


Get a Job Show: Episode 5

Fridays @ 1:00 PM and Wednesdays @ 8:30 AM

Consultant Rick Gillis continues his series to help job seekers with their careers. Guests on this program include Sharon Soldano with MD Anderson Cancer Center and David Bruesehoff from Ernst & Young of Houston. Rick also reads a heartfelt letter from a military veteran to prospective “corporate America” regarding entering the work force.


Language of Business: Made in USA

Fridays @ 2:00 PM and Tuesdays @ 12:30 PM

Is US Manufacturing poised for a comeback? If these businesses are any indication, it may well be. In this episode, Greg speaks with established and up and coming business about items they are producing in the US.

Holocaust Remembrance Day

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Holocaust Stories: Hidden Treasures

5:30 PM & 8:00 PM

Interviews with Holocaust survivors about how they hid cherished family items from the Nazis and recovered them after World War II.


Holocaust Stories: Scattered Seeds

10:30 AM

Interviews with Holocaust survivors who, as children, hid from the Nazis during World War II.


Book Lust with Nancy Pearl: Author David Laskin

11:30 AM and 2:00 PM

Nancy Pearl sits down with David Laskin about his latest book, The Family: Three Journeys Into the Heart of the Twentieth Century.  David Laskin is a well known nonfiction writer and frequent contributor to the N.Y. Times.  Nancy Pearl talks with David about what it was like writing something more personal compared to his other work.

Hauntings & Paranormal Activities in April’s Science & Sci Fi Saturdays

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NEW SHOW!  Mysterious Midwest: Ghost Rider

Saturdays @ 9:30 PM

Mysterious Midwest is HCTV’s latest addition to its Science & Sci-Fi Saturdays’ line-up. This half-hour docudrama series takes you to destination all across middle America and investigate accounts of paranormal activity.

ON THIS EPISODE – In February 2001, Diane Evert took a picture of her son alone in his new truck. When the photo was developed an image of a woman appeared. Who is this woman? Is this photo even real or fake? On this episode, the Mysterious Midwest team take a trip to visit the Everts and investigate this strange apparition.

Cosmic Café Show: Paranormal Phenomena

Saturdays @ 5:00 PM

Have you been a victim of a Paranormal Possession? Hundreds even thousands of people claim to have had a paranormal possession, something that has disturbed them so greatly they are even afraid to tell their own spouse about it. How does a person get help when they feel they can’t even talk to their own loved ones? Host, Eric Brown, sits down with Dr. June Steiner to get expert advise on how to deal with this difficult situation. Dr. Steiner is the current President of the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support (OPUS).

30 Odd Minutes: Your Ghost Encounters

Fridays @ 11:00 PM and Saturdays @ 6:00 PM

In Episode 78, the crew captures first hand accounts of paranormal encounters. The team reaches out to speak with three viewers about their most profound ghost experiences.  Also on this episode catch EVP evidence and recent photos from Oddball Andrew Lake’s latest investigations.

Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction Episode 262 John Scalzi

Saturdays @ 6:30 PM

On this episode of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction, writer John Scalzi talks about how his writing career developed, and some of the things he’s learned along the way. He also talks about his involvement with SFWA, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and why he thinks the organization is important. Also on this episode, Colleen Cahill reviews Whispers Underground book series and Marianne Petrino rates the anime feature Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike.

This Week On HCTV

The latest episode of “Circle Of Influence” features Evan Hoffmann of Next Stop Theatre, Laura Readyoff of The Music Loft and Lawrence Walker of Herndon’s newest organization the Herndon Regional Wind Ensemble.

Circles of Influence airs this month on Tuesdays at 7:30 am, Wednesdays at 3:30 pm,  Sundays at 7:00 pm AND coming soon on our “Video On Demand”!

Songspeak: Cris DuBois

Mondays @ 9:30 PM and Wednesdays @ 2:30 PM

Long time collaborator of Brad Paisley, Cris DuBois, talks about his experience working with top country musicians in Nashville. “We Danced”; “Mud On The Tires”; “Water” and most recently, “Beat This Summer” and “Southern Comfort Zone” are a few examples of the chop charting hits he’s written for Brad Paisley. “19 Somethin” started off as just a song about one decade. Cris DuBois takes you on a journey explaining the evolution of this song as well as others. In addition to Brad Paisley, Cris DuBois has also written hit songs for Sheryl Crow, Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker and Josh Turner. He also provides advice for new songwriters trying to break into the business. He emphasizes the expectations for writing with an experienced performers and the advantages of working with an up and coming artists. You don’t want miss this episode.

Eat Well Be Happy: Grains

Eat Well Be Happy

Thursday, March 19th & April 2nd @ 8:00 AM
Wednesday, March 25th @ 6:30 PM

Take a trip back in time and learn about the different grains that we used before wheat flour became the cooking standard. Debra Stark with Roxanne Bispham explore cooking with split farrow, amaranth, black forbidden rice, teff and buckwheat kasha. Some of these are great alternatives for people with wheat allergies and vegetarians.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

HCTV has some special shows lined-up for St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 17th.


Along the Blackstone: The Irish Influence

8:30 AM and 10:30 PM

This episode explores the long term cultural impact that the Irish Canal “strollers” brought to the Blackstone Valley with the building of the Blackstone Canal. Professors Jake Powers of Worcester State College and Scott Molloy of the University of Rhode Island take us on a totally Irish journey filled with great stories and great music from Pendragon as the show explores the stories of the Blackstone Valley’s first major immigrant group – the Irish.

Bake it Show: Artisan Chocolate and Irish Coffee

9:00 AM and 11:30 PM

Chef Eddy Van Damme shares his creations and expertise in the kitchen. On this episode learn how to make a mouth watering artisan chocolate that will surely entertain. What dessert is complete without a delicious drink to enjoy it with? Chef Eddy Van Damme also demonstrates how to make an Irish coffee.

March Science & Sci Fi Saturdays

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National Science Foundation

Saturday, March 14th @ 3:00 PM

Ever wonder what a snowflake looks like up close? In this video from the National Science Foundation you’ll hear from two scientists about their process for capturing these tiny flakes and see some of the amazing discoveries they found. Following that video, we have an extended look at the Consumer Electronic Show 2015 featuring several interviews of some of the creative projects people have been working on.

NewlyGreens: Good Life

Saturdays @ 3:30 PM and

This episode of NewlyGreens is all about pampering yourself. Sit back and take a sip of organic wine and treat yourself to a salon spa day. Owners, Pasquale Benasillo and Anthony Del’Aquila give a behind the scenes look of their Salon Rocks: Eco-Friendly Hair Salon. Sustainability is at the forefront of their design. Everything from using recycled building materials to high efficiency products.

Cosmic Cafe: Researching Hauntings and the Paranormal

Saturdays @ 5:00 PM

This month’s guest on Cosmic Cafe is Sommer Carter. For the past five years, Somemer has investigated haunting and paranormal events. On this episode, she discusses what is going on and why parenormal events have increased.

Fast Forward: Will McIntosh

Saturdays @ 6:30 PM

Live from Capclave Science Fiction Convention, Fast Forward interviews Hugo Award winning author, Will McIntosh. Short story, “Bridesicle,” was the origins for his novel “Love Minus Eighty.” Will McIntosh talks about the social issues that his characters face in both those works as well as his other short fiction and novels. Also on this episode, Colleen Cahill reviews the book, “Foxglove Summer,” by Ben Aaronovitch and Marianne Petrino talks about the anime series, Tiger & Bunny.

SVTAG: Pinshape Tech Start-up

Saturdays @ 7:00 PM and Tuesdays @ 1:00 PM

Silicon Valley Technology, Art, Green & Sustainability talk show interview Lucas Matheson CEO & Co-Founder of Pinshape. Is the latest in social media. Forget 2D, Pinshape is taking it to another dimension, 3D. Pinshape provides a forum for enthusiast and designer to share ideas. With Pinshape you can order 3D productions of your favorite objects. Executive Producer & Host, Heather Durham, sits down with the co-founder and talk about his company and his help he has received from venture capital company, 500 Startups.

Tomorrow Today: Episode 143

Mondays @ 11:00 AM, Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30 PM
March 14th - March 27th

Its no debate, extreme weather is on the rise all over the world. This increase of frequency and intensity puts more people at risk. In regards to flooding, cities are becoming more pro-active to adapt to this changing climate. Also on this episode, the tole of a sedintary lifestyle is investigated. How much harm is their to ourselves when sitting and are there steps we can do to make it better? Researchers found inactivity can increase blood sugar levels that are equivalence to diabetic individuals. What are the minimal levels of activity that will help increase health

Sci-Fi Journal: March 2015

Fridays & Saturdays @ 8:00 PM

Sci-Fi Journal for March 2015 live from TempleCon in Warwick, RI with hosts James Hinsey, Jay Kingston, Marc Morisseau and Calvin Watts III. Jay begins with Popcorn Previews with trailers for “Fantastic Four”, “District C-11″, “CHAPPiE”, and “Home”. Jay interviews artist and illustrator Andrew Cefalu. Calvin does Game Over with the latest in home video releases on DVD and Blu-Ray, and Calvin talks about the ACDC Pinball table, and Calvin is currently playing “Dying Light” and talks about the loss of Joystiq website. Calvin interviews TempleCon co-founder Grant Garvin about the arcade video games at TempleCon. James attempts to play the Shamisen Brothers video game. Marc does Toob News with the latest on what is coming up on Television. Marc interviews Adam of Broken Egg Games. James does Anime Daisuki with news in the world of Anime, and some upcoming conventions. James shot footage of TempleCon’s opening with Madam Ximon and Grant Garvin, and Aurelio Voltaire performed for TempleCon goers on Thursday evening. Toys, Props, and Collectibles left over from the February show is here. We close the show with a Thank you to TempleCon.

Bake It: Flour-less chocolate raspberry cake

Bake it with Eddy Van Damme

Monday, March 9th @ 9:00 AM
Thursday, March 12th & March 26th @ 8:00 AM
Wednesday, March 18th & April 1st @ 6:30 PM

Learn how to create a flour-less cake that everyone can enjoy. Chef Eddy Van Damme will show you how to create a delicious sweet chocolate cake perfectly balanced with a nice homemade tart raspberry filling.  He also gives some helpful tips and background on what is the best utensil and pot to make the filling which can also be used to accompany a scone or toast in the morning.